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01 – Since June
02 – Back Stabbin Jones
03 – Aretha Sing One For Me
04 – Lets Live For Ourselves
05 – The Way We Were
06 – Trouble		play
07 – Cold November		play
08 – All Alone
09 – I Don’t Mind.
10 – Loves Gonna Live Here

Musicians:
Eric Lindell - lead and rhythm guitar vocals
Will Mc Mains – drums
Myles Weeks - upright bass
Marc Adams - piano , organ
Brad Walker - tenor saxophone's
Anson Funderburgh - lead guitar tracks 1,2,7
Kevin Mc Kindly - rhodes track 1, piano track 2,7

 

Eric Lindell is an American singer-songwriter, born in San Mateo, California in 1969. He is best-known for his 2008 album Low on Cash, Rich In Love and the single from it, “Lay Back Down.” He has performed with New Orleans drummer Johnny Vidacovich and War’s Harold Brown, who have also contributed to his albums.

A self-described skate punk, Lindell grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. He began playing in bands at the age of 15. Among his early musical influences were Fishbone and Black Flag.

Lindell started playing in bars, first with the guitar, and later moving to bass, while working as a baker during the day to make ends meet. After a few years he had decided to move to New York City briefly, then moved in 1999 to New Orleans, where his creativity was able to flourish further. In New Orleans he met up with Johnny Vidocovich and Harold Brown. He also plays with Ivan Neville and Galactic’s Stanton Moore in Dragon Smoke. By 2005, he was well-known on the New Orleans blues scene, and had gained enough attention to have Alligator Records sign him.

His popularity has remained steady and he has made appearances, including on the television program Late Night with Conan O’Brien.

Lindell’s musical style borrows from 1970s blues-rock, soul, and R&B. His style has also been called “blue-eyed soul”, a common short-hand used for Anglo blues singers that has been applied to artists including Daryl Hall (of Hall and Oates fame) and Van Morrison, among others. ---last.fm

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Eric Lindell - Cazadero (2011) http://theblues-thatjazz.com/pl/blues/3261-eric-lindell/12221-eric-lindell-cazadero-2011.html http://theblues-thatjazz.com/pl/blues/3261-eric-lindell/12221-eric-lindell-cazadero-2011.html Eric Lindell - Cazadero (2011)

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01 – Sentimental Lover
02 – Cazadero
03 – Find Another Girl		play
04 – Bow Wow
05 – Im Not Supposed To
06 – 24 Mile Bridge
07 – Head High And Peelin
08 – To Far Gone		play
09 – West County Drifter
10 – Circle Bar Boogaloo

Personel:
Eric Lindell - Gibson SF, Acoustic Guitar, Acoustic Resonator Guitar, lead/background Vocals
Myles Weeks - Upright Bass
Will Mc Mains - Drums
Rick Ellman - Clarinet
Delbert McClinton - Harp #1
Marc Adams - Organ
Derek Huston - Baritone/Tenor sax
Colin Lake - Lap Steel
Chris Fitzgerald - Tenor Sax

 

I had never heard of Eric Lindell until I went to the Bourbon Street Blues Fest in NJ this year and he was one of the performers. He and his band were fantastic! There was an awesome vibe when he played, everyone danced and grooved along. His songs sounded like a mix of blues, funk and rock and I love his smooth voice. He had copies of "Cazadero" with him for sale and I bought one and had him sign it. It has now been in my CD player for about a month! The only small complaint I have is that it's quite short, I wish the album were longer. Also the first song on the album is one I heard him play live and the album version is very short, only about a minute long. None the less, It's the best music to have coming out of my speakers driving on a warm sunny day with all the windows down. I haven't heard any of his other albums but I'm already looking them all up and hoping for a time when I get to see him live again! ---T. Seeley, amazon.com

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